SPC facilities enrich local community

In addition to offering amazing facilities where St. Petersburg College students learn by experience, these facilities also enrich our local community:

silhouettes of students gathered around the SPC Planetarium at dusk

Planetarium and Observatory

The St. Petersburg College Planetarium and Observatory are great places for all ages to explore the universe. Here, you can explore the stars without trekking far from home, for a price that's out of this world: Free.

people on a boardwalk through SPC's 40-acre Natural Habitat Park on St. Petersburg College's Seminole Campus

Natural Habitat Park

In a small corner of Seminole, in the middle of Florida's most heavily developed county, a tract of nearly-forgotten land plays host to a wide variety of Florida plants and animals. Escape to SPC's 40-acre Natural Habitat Park on St. Petersburg College's Seminole Campus.

students gathering samples outside of SPC Bay Pines STEM Center

Bay Pines STEM Center

Expected to open in spring 2017, SPC's Bay Pines STEM Center is a $4.7 million hands-on science learning complex located adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway in Pinellas County. The facility will be dedicated to studies and research in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.

Flags flying above SPC's Epicenter


The EpiCenter is a joint-use facility between St. Petersburg College and Pinellas County where professionals from business, government and academia come together to provide a unique blend of information and services. Here you will find SPC's Workforce Institute and Collaborative Labs.